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Cancer doesn't know what it's up against. Give it hell, John.—Barack Hussein Obama
I greatly appreciate the outpouring of support - unfortunately for my sparring partners in Congress, I'll be back soon, so stand-by!—Senator John McCain
Iran released me 18 months ago today. That regime continues to take Americans hostage. Don't let Zarif deny that on US soil. —Jason Rezaian
One of the things with the wall [on the Mexican border] is you need transparency. You have to be able to see through it. In other words, if you can't see through that wall -- so it could be a steel wall with openings, but you have to have openings because you have to see what's on the other side of the wall.—Donald Trump
Tragic. A doctor comes to the US to save lives and this happens. This is not who we are.—John Kerry, former Secretary of state
There's a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge' --.—Isaac Asimov
President Trump is the greatest thing that's happened to this country. I consider it a Biblical miracle that he's there.—GOP Senator Luther Strange
Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.—John F. Kennedy
It would be like having the current American president decide who gets to run in the next campaign, and by the way, when they come in he stays in the White House and the others just kind of rotate through. So the point is that this [Iran] is a country that is acting more like a revolutionary cause, not to best interests of their own people ...—U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis
The earth laughs in flowers.—Ralph Waldo Emerson
It’s not exactly breaking news that most journalists lean left. Media, bias grew out of the 1960s social revolution. Fueled by civil rights and anti-Vietnam War movements, media jumped on the anti-authority bandwagon. After Watergate, “All the President’s Men” motivated journalists to be the next Woodward and Bernstein, find a Deep Throat, and bring down a president especially a Republican president. That’s because liberalism is baked into the journalism cake.—Michael Goodwin
I am completely offended by this clip ( i.e:Trump Beating up CNN Logo) but I also think it kinda ironic cause I believe that this clip or one similar to it is part of a documentary which came out last week called "nobody speak" which is about the threat to the free press, but when we get distracted by this and we get too emotional and get our eye off our job then we aren't serving our audence either. I worry that the way you guys are yelling at eachother nobody's listening.—Kelly McBride responds to Brian Stelter's CNN Panel
Ambassador Henderson has recently been informed... the Shah is disturbed regarding British attitude toward himself. He has reportedly stated on occasions, "The British threw out the Qajar dynasty; they brought in my father; they threw out my father; and they can throw me out or keep me as they see fit. .... Do the British wish to substitute another Shah for me or to abolish the monarchy? Are the British back of present efforts to take away my powers and deprive me of my prestige..—Declassified U.S. coup doc.
Even if his boss is tied up with the fallout over his tweeting, Tillerson's head needs to be here, big time. As it was for Sykes, Picot and Balfour, this is a time for bold ambition, not to draw new lines, but to deftly manage the erasure of old ones. This is no time for US to be eying ISIS's demise in Raqqa and thinking of leaving the battlefield. No time for Trump to be anything other than laser-focused on US's future interests.—Nic Robertson, CNN
The battle on the ground is finally slowing as Assad consolidates his grip, and separately ISIS's caliphate is being scotched from the landscape. But what the regional crisis reveals -- shrouded in the multi-layered surrogacy of this war -- is an ugly, ethno-sectarian disease spreading its infection way beyond Syria's borders. While we have all been distracted by the destruction and death inside Syria, it's what's happening outside that could become a serious cause for concern, too.—Nic Robertson CNN
Where there is power, there is resistance.—Michel Foucault
If Christians don't support Trump, they are risking the wrath of god. Trump has been chosen by god, and by rejecting him, they are rejecting god. They could be punished with barrenness, poverty, or even having a gay child.—Kenneth Copeland
On this 10th anniversary of the iPhone, let us remember that had there been a Syrian ban when Jobs's father moved to the US, we'd not have had the indispensable device.—Roya Hakakian
"Being negative is normal ... it's not successful ... but it is normal. Don't ingore it but handle it"—Jim Rohn
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak.—Someone

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